1920, Shots Fired, Officer Down

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Honolulu Motorcycle Police Officer Stan Cook, during a traffic stop, is confronted by a driver high on crystal meth and a AK-47 assault rifle. The outcome is a shootout where the drive fires 20 rounds from the AK-47 and Officer Cook fires 18 rounds from his Smith & Wesson 5906 9MM pistol. More

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Words: 22,140
Language: American English
ISBN: 9780988812611
About Stan Cook

Stan Cook was born and raised in Oregon, USA. After graduation he entered the US Navy where he spent 10 years in submarines. After advancement to Chief Warrant Officer he servered 14 months in Vietnam and Armed Forces Courier.
He later joined the Honolulu Police Department and retired in 1999..
After 43 years of living in Hawaii he and his wife moved to the Pacific Northwest where they live at this time with plans to return to Hawaii

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Review by: Paul Bardal on April 07, 2013 :
This real life account written by Honolulu PD solo bike Officer Stan Cook (ret'd)is by far one of the best I have ever read on the subject of the dangers of what law enforcement officers face each shift so that the public can be safer.
Officer Cook writes his narratives of police work as it happens, culminating in a life or death battle he was forced into during a traffic stop on August 31, 1994. His descriptions of the stop itself, the way he was able to prevail against a drug impaired, more heavily armed opponenet, and his recovery process from life threatening wounds brings the reader right there. Officer Cook is candid, thoughtful, reflective, and above all instructive, all the way along as he walks the reader through the Incident and the lengthy aftermath.
Also discussed is the importance of family, brother and sister officers, and the determination to prevail no matter what the odds. This book brought on all ranges of emotion for me, having survived a Critical Incident of my own back in 2001. It is a must read for anyone in law enforcement, emergency services, or who lawfully owns/carries a firearm for personal protection. It's that good; thank you Stan for all you have taughtme.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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